Leading

Juicy Goodness

Sure you can worry, complain, or get angry about another person’s decisions, behaviors, or attitude.  You can go ahead and demand, plead, negotiate, attack, capitulate, cajole, and tolerate. 

You will get better results if you see past all that and focus on their innate talents, potential, and goodness.

And you will be one heck of a leader if you can see and believe in all that good stuff within others even more than they themselves do.

In your corner,

Mike

PS: Remember how it feels when someone recognizes all your juicy goodness? Pass it on.

PPS: This is not to say that you don’t hold people accountable, give and request respect, set boundaries, or call them on stuff. Heavens, no.

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